Chennai Storytelling Festival 2018

 

 

Storytelling Workshops

on Fri 9th, Sat 10th, and Sun 11th Feb 2018

 

Location: Loyola College (Rooms to be announced)

 

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Fri 9 Feb.  For College Students.

Admission to these Workshops is Free.  (There is a Rs 50 Registration Fee.)  Participants who would attend a morning and an afternoon Workshop would receive a Certificate.  Advance Registration is required (98403 94282, info@storytellinginstitute.org ). 

 

10am-12:30pm.  Introductory Storytelling Workshops.

1) Ambuja N.

2) Debjani Badhuri.

3) K Mashuda Muthi.

4) Mubeen Irshad.

5) Lopamudra Mohanty (Mumbai).

6) M Pandiarajan.

7) Pretigaya Haran.

8) Priyanka Chatterjee (Kolkata).

9) Seema Mukherjee (Gurgaon).

10) Shanmugasundaram.

11) Srividya Veeraraghavan.

12) Yogita Ahuja (Ahmedabad).

Some things to expect in these Workshops are described here.

 

1:30pm-4pm.  Specialised Storytelling Workshops.

1) "Storytelling as a Teaching Strategy", Dharithri Krishnamurthy (Pune).

2) "Storytelling for Personality Development, Healing, and Therapy", Eric Miller.

3) "Using Storytelling to Teach and Learn Various Academic Subjects", Mashuda Muthi.

4) "Storytelling as a Tool for an Elevator Pitch: Telling brief personal-experience stories to persuade listeners to take particular courses of action", Mohan Krishnan.

5) "Storytelling for Communication Skills", Priyanka Chatterjee (Kolkata).

6) "Women Characters in West Asian Legends and Other Stories: Storytelling and Role-playing", Sandhya Ruban.

7) "Corporate Storytelling", Shanmugasundaram.

8) "Storytelling for Personal Branding", Yogita Ahuja (Ahmedabad).

9) "Storytelling for Exploring and Expressing One's Identity and Mission in Life", Numerous trainers.

 

Performances at 4:30pm.

 

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Sat 10 Feb, and Sun 11 Feb.  Storytelling Workshops for Adults. 

Admission to these Workshops is Rs 800 per day, or Rs 1,500 for both days.

 

One could attend on Sat 10 Feb and/or on Sun 11 Feb.  On both days, one could attend the morning and/or the afternoon Workshops.

 

One could register in advance, and pay the fee, on www.eventjini.com (as of 14 Jan 2018). 

 

Once one registers, one could email to info@storytellinginstitute.org to reserve seats in particular Workshops. 

 

 

Sat 10 Feb.  Storytelling Workshops for Adults, Day 1.

 

10am-12:30pm.  Introductory Storytelling Workshops.

1) Ambuja N.

2) Debjani Badhuri.

3) Mubeen Irshad.

4) M Pandiarajan.

5) Priyanka Chatterjee (Kolkata).

6) Sangeeta Goel (Bangalore).

6) Seema Mukherjee (Gurgaon).

7) Shanmugasundaram.

8) Srividya Veeraraghavan.

9) Vasugi Ram Manohar.

10) Yogita Ahuja (Ahmedabad).

Some things to expect in these Workshops are described here.

 

1:30pm-4pm.  Plenary Workshop on "Telling Personal-experience Stories".  (Entire group together.)

 

Performances at 4:30pm.

 

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Sun 11 Feb.  Storytelling Workshops for Adults, Day 2. 

 

10am-12:30pm.  Specialised Storytelling Workshops.

1) "Telling Stories to Adult Audiences", Debjani Badhuri.

2) "Storytelling as a Teaching Strategy", Dharithri Krishnamurthy (Pune).

3) "Storytelling for Personality Development, Healing, and Therapy", Eric Miller.

4) "Kathabhava (Story-mood): Storytelling through Emotions and Feelings Combined with Melody and Rhythm", Geeta Ramanujam (Bangalore).

5) "What Stories Want: The Structure and Nature of Stories", Johan Liedgren (Sweden).

6) "Choosing, Adapting, and Performing Stories to Suit Different Audiences", Lavanya Prasad (Bangalore).  This Worshop is described here.

7) "Storytelling (with Dance-movement and Role-playing) about Gender Issues", Lopamudra Mohanty (Mumbai).

8) "Using Storytelling to Teach and Learn Various Academic Subjects", Mashuda Muthi.

9) "Storytelling as a Tool for an Elevator Pitch: Telling brief personal-experience stories to persuade listeners to take particular courses of action", Mohan Krishnan.

10) "Storytelling for Teaching-and-learning", Priyanka Chatterjee (Kolkata).

11) "Ways to Compose Stories through Mind-mapping Techniques", Shanmugasundaram.

 

1:30pm-4pm.  Plenary Workshop on "Telling Folktales, and Composing and Telling Original Stories".  (Entire group together.)

 

Performances at 4:30pm.

 

 

 

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